Short Answer: Wegmans used to sell money orders, but, due to instances of fraud, Wegmans discontinued this service. For more details of Wegmans’ money order policy, see below.
Wegmans Money Order Policy
Wegmans, a privately held supermarket with locations in Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, previously sold money orders through MoneyGram. But, due to high instances of fraud, Wegmans discontinued the service in 2018, a Wegmans consumer affairs representative told us. Wegmans also does not cash money orders.
We confirmed this information by calling a number of Wegmans store locations. Further, Wegmans is no longer listed on MoneyGram’s website. See our related articles for the list of places where you can get a money order 24 hours a day and the list of places where you can cash a money order.
Wegmans used to sell money orders, but the grocery store chain discontinued this service in 2018.
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